Is Your Community Livable for People of All Ages?
Livable Communities
A Visual Portfolio of Tools and Transformations
Since it's not yet possible to see into the future, an effective way to show the potential of a street, place or community is to create a "photovision."
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16 Age-Friendly Projects and Programs Worth Sharing
Case studies from the United States and around the world shine a light on successful, replicable efforts inspired by the eight domains of livability.
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Re-Defining Home Through Two Design Challenges
Attention architects, designers, planners and creative thinkers! Your idea for how to create housing that's attractive, adaptable and affordable could win you or your team $50K!
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70+ Communities (and Counting)
We've got both Portlands (Maine and Oregon), Honolulu, Houston, Auburn Hills, Big Flats, Salt Lake City, Colorado Springs, Boston, Austin, Cleveland and dozens more. See if your town, city or county has joined the AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities.
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State Stories, Plans and Reports
Looking for content about or from a specific state? We have a page for that.
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Do You Live in a Rural Community Facing Design Challenges? Check out this opportunity from the Citizens' Institute on Rural Design. 
Apply by January 12 ››
Is Your Community a Good Place to Grow Up and Grow Old? If so, it could be a winning candidate for the 2016 Best Intergenerational Community Awards. Apply by January 15 ››
Via Las Vegas! AARP Livable Communities will be part of the International Builders’ Show sessions "The Great Debate: Millennials or Boomers?" and "Trends, Data and More for the 50+ Home Buyer." 
Register for the January 19-21 event ››
December 2015
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